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Photographer, husband, dad, and passionate cyclist. Lives and works in New York City. View more posts
6 thoughts on “Floors”
Good morning, Keith. You out and about yet or still on the mend?
I am out about. Slow and painful thoughl. I’m taking it day by day. It has been improving. Can’t believe it is only four weeks. Thanks!
Keith, it’s great to hear that you are out and about. But pain still? I don’t like to read that.
Your photos seem to show that the weather is getting colder in NYC. Correct?
Still some pain, yes. I’m glad it doesn’t wake me up anymore! I do have a foreign object down in that joint. Takes awhile to “settle” in. Slowly getting there and getting able to do the things I love…..Yes, this week has been pretty chilly – 20s and low 30s. I cannot wait till spring gets here!
Take care as the pain eases and the healing continues.
We’re all ready for spring. But it appears spring will take awhile to arrive in Minnesota with another major winter storm (6 – 10 inches of snow) moving in on Saturday. Sigh.
Another??!! We were supposed to get one Sunday into Monday. They announced closing of public schools Sunday evening. Nothing happened! Temperatures hovered at 33 degrees. Hardly any snow stuck. Melted as soon as it hit the ground. Stay warm and dry.